This is where armed police officers are being deployed across Wales.
A-Level Students Achieve More A* Grades
A-Level students across Wales are celebrating as more achieve A* results.
The number of teenagers getting the highest grade is up from 6% in 2013 to 6.7% - the highest number since the grade was introduced in 2010.
A* and A grades increased from 22.9% last year to 23.3% this summer.
The passrate is down slightly from 97.6% to 97.5%.
Welsh Education Minister Huw Lewis said: "Last year I was a little concerned about the trend that was emerging. This year we're seeing a reversal of that downward trend - we are on the way up.
"The gap with England getting smaller, year on year, across the border as a whole."
If you or your child didn't get the grades needed there is plenty of help available here:
An investigation by Heart has uncovered a drop in the number of armed police officers in Wales.
This is how police forces in Wales are responding to the terror threat being raised.
Police say their plans for the Champions League final in Cardiff have not changed following the Manchester terror attack.
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